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Full text of "Florida Memorial College Summer Session 1965"

FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE 



Saint Augustine, Florida 



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Library 

Florida Memorial College 
1 5800 N.W. 42nd Ave. 
Miami, Fla. 33054 








SUMMER SESSION 

JUNE 14-AUGUST 6 

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Accredited by 

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools 

and 

Florida State Department of Education 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Each student is required to register in persoi 
Registration will be held in the Coleman-Westfa 
Hall. Monday. June 14, 1965, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Transfer credits should be on file with the Regi: 
trar's Office prior to the opening of the Summf 



LOANS AND JOBS AVAILABLE 



ntogta] part of the 

and standards of all students. 
TO THE SUMMER SES- 
SION DOES NOT CONSTITUTE ADMISSION TO 

THE REGULAR SESSION OF THE COLLEGE. 



Tllr SUIIIIIHT Session 

regulE 
gover 



mum of 9 semester hours during the Summer 
Session which meets daily, Monday through Friday, 
tor eight weeks. 

C 'ses offered will lead to the B. S. Degree in: 

Elementary Education Religious Edvication 
English Science 

Music Education Social Science 

Woi Ushops U'.idin^ in oc: tification in Teaching tile 
Slow Learner will also be offered. Since enrollment 
in the workshops is limiu-d. application for admis- 
sion should l.o filed in advance, The 



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PHE. 
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Education funds available f 
Summn session. 


or loans to pay 
enrolling for th 


Additionally, some part-t 
on campus, whereby fcumm 
earn a portion of their tuiti 




Loans and jobs are limit 
ested in either or both are 


urged to apply 



RECREATIONAL AND SOCIAL 
ACTIVITIES 




wiiii .student yi'oiij.s under faniltv direction. A wide 
range of activities is open to all students inf!u<ling 
:swi mming, tennis, Softball, choir and dra unities. 
Saint Augustine, the ancient city, affords excellent 
uppoiiiniities fur group living in a rich background 
of historical and cultural interest, as well as a 
natural beauty with some of the finest beaches on 
*_he Florida East Coast. 



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GENERAL INFORMATION 

Each student is required to register in person. 
Registration will be held in the Coleman-Westfall 
Hall, Monday. June 14. 1965. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Transfer credits should be on file with the Regis- 
trars Office prior I" Mir nooning of the Summer 

The Summer Session is an integral part of the 
regular academic year and the same regulations 
govern the conduct ;mil standards of all students. 
11 iwever, ADMISSION TO THE SUMMER SES- 
SION DOES NOT CONSTITUTE ADMISSION TO 
THE REGULAR SESSION OI THE i'OLLEGE. 



CALENDAR 



credits and 


re conducted on the same time basis r 


regular sess 


on courses. Students may take a max 


mum of 9 


semester hours during the Sumni 


Session whit 


li meets daily, Monday through Frida 


for eight we 




Courses offe 


eel will lead to the B. S. Degree in: 


Elementary 


Education Religious Education 



Workshops I,. ailing to ratification in TVurhmg the 
Slow Learner will also be offered. Since enrollment 

in the workshops is limited, application tor adtnis- 




Hist. 
PHE. 
PHE. 



General Mathematics E 

Physical Science Z 

Hygiene < 

Social Foundations of Education .... ; 

Sophomore Communications i 

Fundamentals of Speech c 

Advanced Composition i 

World Literature ; 

Humanities ' 

Humanities .' 

Industrial Arts I 

Conserv. & Utilization of Resources ; 

Negro in History I 

U. S. History I 

Swimming 

Play and Community Recreation .. . I 
Psychological Foundations of Educ. : 



Lang, Arts for Elementary Schools ; 
Social Studies for Element. Schools ' 
Arithmetic for Elementary Schools ; 
Science for Elementary Schools .... : 

Music for Elementary Schools ; 

Arts for Elementary Schools ', 

Library Organization : 

PHE for Elementary Schools : 

Educational Psychology : 

Principles of Teaching ; 

Audio-Visual Education ; 

Measurement and Evaluation in Ed. ; 
s & Remediation : 

Speech Correction ; 

Education for Exceptional Children ( 

Current Trends in Education ; 

Psychology of the Exceptional Child ! 
Christianity in Contemp. Culture 1 



Workshops In Teaching The Slow Lear 

Beginners: Eng. 202 



Educ. 422 Reading 



NOTE: "Courses offered Jul} 

Courses requested by IS or i 

may be added. 



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FEES AND EXPENSES FOR THE 
SUMMER SESSION, 1965 

Boarding Student $344.50 

Non-Boarding 229.00 

NEW STUDENTS: 

Boarding $349.50 

Non-Boarding 234.00 

NOTICE: 

$22.00 is to be deducted from the above total for 
each hour below nine. 

DISTRIBUTION OF EXPENSES: 

Room and Board ($14.75 per week) $118.00 

Tuition ($22.00 per hi., 9 hrs.) 198.00 

Entrance Fee 19.50 

Library Fee 4.00 

Health Fee 4.00 

New Student 5.00 

Incidental (Non-Boarding) 3.50 

Post Office Rental Fee 1.00 

OPTIONAL FEES: 

Change of Program $ 1.50 

Electrical Appliances 1.00 

Graduation 20.00 

Industrial Arts 2.00 

Instruments, Piano or Voice, per week .... 1.50 

Laboratory, per course 10.00 

Late Registration 8.00 

Public School Arts 1.50 

Special Examination 3.00 

Transcript 2.00 

Students are advised to check with the Business 
Office prior to final examinations, since no one is 
admitted to final examinations unless financial 
obligations are met in full. 



For any additional information about any phase of the 
Summer Session, write: 



OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR 

FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE 

SAINT AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA 32084